Bright Star

Nu stiu cum fac dar chiar si atunci cand nu citesc dau peste subiecte faine referitoare la scriitori, poeti, muzicieni. Asa s-a intamplat si cu Bright Star.

In Londra anului 1818, intre John Keats, cunoscut şi iubit poet al perioadei romantice, şi Fanny Brawne, o fata simpla, interesata de arta vestimentara, incepe o frumoasa poveste de dragoste ce va fi curmata de moartea prematura a lui Keats.

Filmul este impresionant, induiosator si plin de tandrete. Mi-a placut foarte mult pentru simplul fapt ca surprinde la un nivel puternic emotional tipul acela de dragoste delicata, de intimitate si tandrete, fara a fi implicate legaturi fizice; lucru rar intalnit in cinematografia de azi.

Intr-o societate unde curtarea unei tinere era strict controlata si urma anumite tipare, scrisorile, poemele si discutiile celor doi sunt singurele care dezvaluie adevaratele trairi si sentimente care altfel trebuiau mascate de ochii celorlalti.

Numai gandul ca poti invata poezie sau ca poti, fara sa stii, sa fii inspiratia, muza unui poet mi se pare minunat.

Intr-adevar un film senzual, chinuitor, jucaus si uman sub toate aspectele.

Bright Star este si titlul unei poezii de-a lui Keats dedicata domnisoarei Brawne.

English version

I don’t know how I do it but even when I’m not reading my books I run across nice topics involving writers, poets, musicians. That’s what happened with Bright Star.

In London of 1818, between John Keats, known and loved poet of the romantic period, and Fanny Brawn, a simple girl, interested in fashion art, begins a beautiful love story that will be cut short by Keats’s premature death.

The film is impressive, touching and full of tenderness. I liked it very much for the simple fact that it catches at a high emotional level a delicate love, intimacy and tenderness, without physical connections involved, so rare in cinema today.

In a society where a young courtship was strictly controlled and had to follow certain rules, the letters, the poems and the talks that the two of them share are revealing their true feelings and emotions that might otherwise be concealed from the eyes of others.

Knowing you can learn poetry or that you can be, without knowing, the inspiration, the muse of a poet seems wonderful to me.

It’s a really sensual film, yearning, kind, joyful, human in all aspects.

Bright star is also the name of one of Keats poems dedicated to miss Brawne.

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